pinguid

pin·guid

 (pĭn′gwĭd)
adj.
Fat; oily.

[Latin pinguis + -id (as in liquid).]

pinguid

(ˈpɪŋɡwɪd)
adj
fatty, oily, or greasy; soapy
[C17: from Latin pinguis fat, rich]
pinˈguidity n

pin•guid

(ˈpɪŋ gwɪd)

adj.
fat; oily.
[1625–35; < Latin pingu(is) fat + -id4]
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